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Ashley Hoffmann 14106647 Chapter 18: Special-Occasion Speaking Define the word: epideictic o Speaking that praises or blames What are the six most common types of special-occasion speeches? o Speech of introduction, speech of presentation, speech of acceptance, speech  to memorialize or eulogize, speech to celebrate, and an after-dinner speech are  the six most common types of special-occasion speeches What are the five general guidelines for special-occasion speaking? o Speech should appeal to your audience’s emotions, match your delivery to the  mood of the occasion, adapt to your audience’s expectations, evoke shared  values by members of the audience and yourself, and finally you should  respect time constraints. What are the specific strategies for each type of special-occasion speech?  o For speeches of introduction you should be patient, use attention-getters, 
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